Nearly 10 years after their split, Arnold Schwarzenegger and Maria Shriver are close to officially being divorced.
The Blast reported that Arnold filed a declaration of disclosure, which indicates that he and Maria are very close to settling the divorce case.
The divorce has been anything but speedy, as nothing has been filed in the case for the last four years. What's taken so long is still a bit of a mystery. Over the years, reports claims Maria has gone back and forth on the settlement — one day she's pushing hard for it, another day she's backed off. Arnold, for that matter, has seemingly shown no interest in formally ending the marriage, despite that fact that a reconciliation is not in the cards.
"Everyone agreed that the couple wasn't getting back together anytime soon, but they just haven't ended it yet," The Blast said.
Maria famously filed for divorce from the "Terminator" star in July 2011 after he admitted to fathering a love child with the family housekeeper. That child, Joseph Baena, is now 23.
The divorce is high stakes. It's been reported that the couple did not have a prenuptial agreement when they married in 1986, and their estate is said to be worth about $400 million. In all likelihood, they'll have a 50/50 split of the property and cash accrued through the length of their marriage.